"Redemption" follows on from earlier singles "Suffer" and "Voices", and arrives with a visual that sees the duo performing the song at opposite ends of a large room.

Theo Hutchcraft says of their new release, ""Redemption" is another harbinger of what’s to come on the new album Faith. It’s a song about fear and doubt. It emerged as a beautiful moment of clarity during one of the most troubled periods of making the album."

Hurts' forthcoming album Faith will be their first since 2017's Desire.

The duo's Adam Anderson says of their new LP, "If you’d have told me when we started it, how coherent, powerful, and authentic it is, many months later, I probably wouldn’t have believed you. At one stage, I thought we had no chance."

Discussing the three-year break between albums, Hutchcraft explains, "I was physically and mentally absolutely exhausted. To the point where I was at breaking point. I had to stop and not do anything for a while because I couldn’t think, I couldn’t focus, or anything. And I didn’t know what the future held really. I didn’t know if we’d make another album again."

"Redemption" is out now. Hurts' Faith album is due for release on 4 September, and is available to pre-order now.